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  • Oakland Parks, Recreation and Youth Development

    OPRYD

    250 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

    Oakland, CA 94612

    *Special Meeting of the Oakland Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission

    Meeting Agenda

    Wednesday, August 12, 2020, 4:30 PM

    Please see the information page to participate in the meeting

    TeleConference

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    PARKS AND RECREATION ADVISORY COMMISSION (PRAC)

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    When: Aug 12, 2020 04:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

    Topic: August 12, 2020 Special Meeting of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission

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  • *Special Meeting of the Oakland Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission

    Meeting Agenda

    Wednesday, August 12, 2020, 4:30 P.M.

    Zoom Teleconference

    AGENDA

    1. CALL TO ORDER:

    2. ROLL CALL:

    AIKENS, COLE, DUHE, HA, HOWZE, KOS-READ, MOORE, REILLY, SMITH,

    TORRES, WOLFSON

    3. DISPOSITON OF MINUTES:

    July 8, 2020 Special Meeting Minutes

    4. OPEN FORUM 5. DIRECTOR’S REPORT 6. MODIFICATIONS TO THE AGENDA: 7. CONSENT NEW BUSINESS: 8. NEW BUSINESS:

    A. Request for the Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission to 1) Receive An Informational Report On The Summer Activities Occurring At Lake Merritt, The

    Impact On The Lake and Surrounding Community, And The City’s Coordinated

    Response And Associated Costs, 2) Consider Proposals To Modify Park Rules

    Regarding Vending, And Implement Traffic Control Measures, 3) Receive Public

    Comment On Those Proposals, and 4) Schedule An Additional Hearing During

    Which the Commission Can Make A Formal Recommendation.

    B. Request For The Parks And Recreation Advisory Commission (PRAC) To: 1) Review A Draft Ordinance That Would Amend Ordinances 11731 C.M.S. And 8065

    C.M.S. To Include Oversight Of Measure Q And Would Modify Membership Of

    The PRAC; And 2) Adopt A Motion Recommending That The Oakland City

    Council Adopt The Draft Ordinance.

    9. PLANNING AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMITS: 10. COMMITTEE AND/OR ADVISORY COUNCIL UPDATES: 11. ANNOUNCEMENTS AND COMMUNICATIONS:

  • 12. CONTINUATION OF OPEN FORUM: 13. ADJOURNMENT:

    Next Meeting:

    Wednesday, September 16, 2020

    TeleConference

  • *Special Meeting of the Oakland Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission

    Minutes

    Wednesday, July 8, 2020, 4:30 P.M. Via Zoom

    1. CALL TO ORDER: 4:32 P.M.

    2. ROLL CALL:

    AIKENS, COLE, CORBIN, HA, HOWZE, KOS-READ MOORE, REILLY, SMITH,

    TORRES, WOLFSON

    Present: 10 – Aikens, Cole, Corbin, Ha, Howze, Kos-Read, Moore, Reilly, Smith, Torres

    Excused: 1 – Wolfson

    3. DISPOSITON OF MINUTES:

    June 17, 2020 – Special Meeting Minutes

    Motion: Commissioner Corbin entertained a motion to recommend approval of the

    June 17, 2020 Special Meeting minutes. Moved by: Commissioner Cole. Second by:

    Commissioner Smith. Vote: Yes (7): Aikens, Cole, Corbin, Ha, Howze, Moore, Reilly.

    Abstained (3): Kos-Read, Smith and Torres. Motion: Passed.

    4. OPEN FORUM:

    There were four speakers at Open Forum

    5. DIRECTOR’S REPORT:

    Due to budget cuts, the department lost 1million dollars provided through the SSBT funding.

    No staff layoffs were sustained.

    On behalf of Oakland Parks and Recreation, the Oakland Parks and Recreation Foundation

    received a $100K grant from the Curry Family Eat Learn Play Foundation. In 2019, the

    Foundation granted the department $50K.

    Parks and Recreation launched its Neighborhood Town Camp program and served 400

    children in play groups of 12 during a two-week period. No COVID-19 related illness were

    reported.

  • Eat Learn Play and Under Armour will partner in a golf tournament. Proceeds from golf

    shoes auctioned at the event will benefit Ace Kids Golf programs.

    6. MODIFICATIONS TO THE AGENDA: 7. CONSENT NEW BUSINESS: 8. NEW BUSINESS:

    A. Informational Report On The Approved Parks For The Oak Knoll Mixed-Use Community Project, Which Will Be Dedicated To The City Of Oakland As City

    Parks.

    The Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission reviewed the informational report for the Oak

    Knoll Mixed Use Community Project presented by Dara O’Byrne from the Planning & Building

    Department, Development Planning Division and Zach Roberts from Hart Howerton.

    The Oak Knoll Mixed Use Community is located on the former Oak Knoll Naval Medical Center

    property at 8750 Mountain Boulevard. The Master Planned community sits on approximately

    191 acres between Keller Avenue and Mountain Boulevard and consists of 918 residences,

    72,000 square feet of neighborhood commercial, 14,000 square feet of civic/commercial use. The

    Project also features 78.6 acres of Open Space and Parks, including approximately 6.6 acres of

    public parks. Four public parks were presented and approved by City Council on November 28,

    2017.

    The four parks approved by City Council will be dedicated to the City of Oakland. Funding and

    maintenance of the parks will be paid for through the Community Facilities District (CFD), a

    public facilities maintenance fund currently under development specifically for the Oak Knoll

    Mixed Use Community project. The four parks include:

    • Creekside Park: Creekside Park is located along Mountain Boulevard at the entrance to Oak Knoll, between Creekside Parkway and Creekside Loop, and adjacent to Rifle Range

    Creek. The park is approximately 1.1 acres. It includes a play lawn, multi-use trail,

    entrance feature, benches and benches and Public Art, which was reviewed by the

    Oakland Public Arts Advisory Committee in August 2019. Creekside Park is the only

    park of the four to feature Public Art.

    • North Neighborhood Tot Lot: North Neighborhood Park is located in the northern part of Oak Knoll, near the Creekside Parkway entrance on Keller Avenue, adjacent to Rifle

    Range Creek. The park is approximately 3 acres. It is an active park with a play lawn,

    children’s play area, picnic tables, pathway, and park seating. North Neighborhood Park

    is the largest of the four parks.

    • Village Pocket Park: Village Pocket Park is centrally located in Oak Knoll, off Creekside Loop, across from the Club Knoll Community Center. The park is approximately 0.2

    acres. It is a passive park with a passive play lawn, formal garden, benches, and a garden

    pathway.

  • • Oak Knoll Memorial Park: Oak Knoll Memorial Park is located in the northern portion of the Oak Knoll development near Keller Avenue, but accessed by trail. The park is

    approximately 2.3 acres. It is a passive park in an existing hillside meadow with benches

    and a trail. Oak Knoll Memorial Park is dedicated the veterans and medical staff.

    Upon further review, the Commission was informed that while the planned residential housing

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